Homemade Diabetic Dog Food Recipe (Cheap and Healthy)

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Here’s a great homemade diabetic dog food recipe for pets with this health problem, but make sure to consult with your veterinarian beforehand. This is a good starting point in the dog’s diet, and if your dog has been diagnosed with diabetes, hopefully you’ve already had an in-depth conversation with your veterinarian about changing his activity level, diet and possibly even adding daily medication to his routine.

Full recipe here: http://topdogtips.com/homemade-diabetic-dog-food-recipe

Making your own dog food is the absolute best way to cater to your dog’s individual health needs. Ask your veterinarian if this homemade diabetic dog food recipe is right for your pooch.

“Once the food cools, you can serve it to your pup. Again, the serving size is about 1/2 cup per 20 pounds of weight. Just be sure to check with your vet or a canine nutritionist to ensure that your dog is getting enough calories every day. If your dog lives an active lifestyle, he may require 3/4 cup for every 20 pounds of weight.”

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27 COMMENTS

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  2. Hi,is the serving that you serve your dog a half cup?? Or the amount of you you made is equal to a cup or more?? Just wanted to know what proportion size is this that you made? Thanks..
    Also what type of insulin is your dog on..

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  4. OMG!!! CARBS ARE WHAT CAUSES DIABETES! I HAVE SEEN SEVERAL VETS! AND ALL SAID DOG FOOD SHOULD NOT HAVE ANY CARBS BECAUSE DOGS ARE CARNIVORES! PEOPLE DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH! THIS IS NOT A DIET FOR DIABETES DOGS! RICE, CORN AND POTATOES! ARE CARBS!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Oh no! Come on now…..
    High-glycemic foods include white rice, white or wheat bread, and glucose. … Highly digestible diets designed for dogs with sensitive stomachs can contribute to higher blood glucose levels after eating, which is not the best thing for a diabetic dog.

  6. Rice and grain? I'm a doctor, not a vet, but my diabetic dog was dying and was saved by the raw diet, and no grain no way, don't feed your dogs this if they are diabetic. You're not a doctor

  7. Rice very high in carbs. Same as eating sugar. Corn oil is a GMO modified high carb ingredient. Breaks down to sugar. Salt should be Himalayan or another healthy mineral salt. Not regular iodized salt! Does not explain why adding the nutritional supplement to the meal. I would never feed my dog this. The dog needs more healthy fat and protein, and more low car vegetables. Brocolli, cabbage, etc…The point is to reduce sugars in the blood, so refraining from feeding simple carbohydrates that immediately break down to sugar seems a little crazy.

  8. This vid is not exactly right but it is nowhere near as bad as dog food in a tin or that dry shit that they're telling us to feed our dogs every day and every day thousands of dogs are getting diagnosed with diabetic symptoms why oh why oh why,,,

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